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Crivitz Rescue Squad 9th Annual Ride July 28
Issue Date: July 26, 2018
Crivitz-On Saturday, July 28, motorcycle enthusiast are encouraged to take to the roadways of the north woods to help Crivitz Rescue Squad (CRS) raise funds to be used toward the purchase of a new ambulance. The 9th annual Ride for Rescue will offer a 138 mile journey through picturesque Marinette, Oconto and Forest counties. After the much appreciated riders, will be treated to a meal courtesy of Dan & Tims Riverside. John Chaikowski of JC PowerSports will lead the pack of riders on the scenic fundraising adventure.
Many area businesses and individual have given huge support for the volunteer rescue service through their donations of raffle items. Raffles are open to everyone, riding or not. Prizes will be on display the day of the ride underneath the tent at Riverside. Included is a 55" smart RCA TV donated by Scott Busick of Gateway Bar & Grill and Green Bay Packer tickets donated by Christopher Carriveau of Carriveau Insurance. There is a raffle prize for every taste; tools, auto/bike care, décor, party supplies, BBQ gear, school supplies, wine, etc. Raffles will be open from approximately 9:30 am-5:30 p.m.
After the riders have hit the trail, squad members will remain by the tents to offer Hands- Only CPR training. This quick and easy class is free of charge and will have some of the most important few minutes of learning one can ever encounter.
The Ride for Rescue will begin and end at Riverside Tavern, 1010 Main Ave. in Crivitz. Registration starts at 10 am and the ride will leave at 11:30 am sharp. If questions call 715-854-7666. Registration forms can be downloaded at www.crivitzrescue.com. Dan & Tim's Riverside and JC Powersports are sponsors.
The Free Hands Only CPR Training is at noon on Saturday, July 28 when Crivitz Rescue Squad (CRS) personnel will be offering a free Hand-Only CPR training under the tent at Riverside. This quick and easy training will take about 20 minutes but could make one a lifesaver. Bystander CPR is one of the most important components in the chain of survival. Time is the enemy when the heart stops beating. Each could make all the difference in the world to someone by taking a few minutes to learn this basic skill. CRS members will teachand they will have training equipment .
CRS will be all set-up for the Ride for Rescue on Saturday. While the bikers are away, the EMTs and Ambulance Drivers have plenty of time to devote to teaching this most special skill. Interested in becoming a part of the Emergency Medical team.